Kategorie: ‘industrielle Robotik’

Robot-Guided Form Scan and Coating

October 16th, 2020 | by

• Automatische Formerkennung über Laserscanner und Trajektorienplanung für die Beschichtung

Automatic shape recognition via laser scanner and trajectory planning for coating.

In this project, shapes are detected and their edges are realized by a laser scanner mounted on the end effector of the robot. The collected data is synchronized and filtered, and a suitable trajectory is created for coating the inner surface of the forms. Several variables, such as nozzle speed, spacing and gaps, nozzle size, and outlier for homogeneous coating can be selected during trajectory planning.

The project was carried out in cooperation with International Partners in Glass Research e.V.

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Contact person:

Markus Schmitz